A Bajajsoft VPS is completely customizable and can be upgraded any time as your site grows. Full root access allows you total control, as well as the ability to install advanced software and completely customize your hosting environment. It truly is dedicated functionality without the expense.
Bajajsoft Linux VPS Hosting is an ideal bridge between shared hosting and dedicated servers. VPS plans can be completely customized to match your specific hosting needs and upgraded anytime as your site grows. It's a great way to start small but still have the ability to scale up very quickly.
With full root access, you're able to install advanced software and completely customize virtually anything as if your VPS were a dedicated server without the cost of one. For easy administration, cPanel is available.
VPS hosting is a Virtual Private Server, and is a virtualized server. A VPS hosting environment mimics a dedicated server within a shared hosting environment. It is technically both shared hosting and dedicated hosting.
VPS Hosting is one of several types of web hosting accounts you can choose from to host your website online. To have a website on the internet, you need to have your website files on a web server. Setting up and managing a server can not only be expensive, but difficult too. Purchasing web hosting allows someone to rent space on a web server, making it easier for the average person to have host a website online because all they need to do is upload their site files (no server setup is needed on their part). There are several types of web hosting accounts available:
- Shared Hosting
- VPS Hosting
- Dedicated Server Hosting
VPS Server Features
- CentOS Linux with Full Root Access (64-bit with 32-bit Compatibility)
- Optional cPanel with WHM Control Panel (cPanel Demo | WHM Demo)
- Apache Web Server (Must be installed by user on semi-managed plans)
- Supports: MySQL, PHP, Perl, Python (Django), Ruby (on Rails), FFMpeg
- Secured VPS with free IPTables Firewall
- Ability to install and customize applications
- Seamless kernel upgrades utilizing KSpliceUptrack